What To Expect At A Tulsa NightWriters Meeting:

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Center for Poets and Writers at OSU-Tulsa

Downtown Campus

(room #140) of the North Hall

700 N. Greenwood

Tulsa, OK  74106


Take the I-244 to downtown Tulsa, and exit on Detroit. If you are coming from the west, the exit for the OSU campus is on the LEFT.

From Detroit Ave turn right onto JH Franklin Road. You will see the Auditorium and Conference Center on the left. You can park in Lot E (first parking lot on left), or across the street  in Lot D.

From the main entrance, go past the fountain into the Conference Center. We meet in Room 140, just to the right of the main lobby. I will have signs posted.

Parking is free and open to the public. It is a very short walk.

Please disregard the site map on the right side of this screen showing the Martin Library as our meeting room. This is is being updated with our new venue on the OSU campus.

  • The meeting room will be open around 6:50pm for you to sign in. We start around 7 pm. The meetings last around 60 – 90 minutes.
  • Our meetings are always informative and usually entertaining. Our goal is to help aspiring writers master their craft and find publication. We welcome all genre of writing.
  • The Tulsa NightWriters (TNWC) is a an affiliate of the Oklahoma Writer’s Federation, Inc. (OWFI).  You can choose to join TNWC alone, or also be a member of OWFI and enjoy all the benefits of both organizations.
  • Please announce yourself when you’re admitted into the zoom.
  • Hear what’s happening in the club with announcements and member ‘brags’.

  • Rex Griffin, President – Tulsa NightWriters Club.
  • Learn about opportunities for writing workshops, readings, and other literary events happening in our community.
  • Be educated, encouraged, and challenged by our quality speakers.
  • Meet and network with new writing friends.

Check out our monthly newsletters available on this website. Come back next month and do it all again!

We hope you’ll  join us. Questions? Feel free to ask any questions, click on the CONTACT US tab.

DISCLAIMER:   This event is not affiliated in any way with the Oklahoma State University. OSU neither sponsors nor endorses this event, the speaker(s) or the organization.

2021 Meeting Schedule

August 17 Meeting

bio pic Jim Laughter

NOTICE:  Here is a YouTube link that will take you to the August 17th meeting.

September 21 Meeting

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Tulsa NightWriters Club
The Fifth Annual
Craft of Writing Conference
Saturday, October 16, 2021
Keynote Speaker: Michael Wallis
Triumph Worship Center
2125 W 181st Street South, Beggs, Oklahoma
(Hwy 75 and 181st Street)

Michael Wallis, Keynote Speaker

Betsey Kulakowski

Bre Lockhart (Tentative)

Cristopher Murphy

Renee’ LaViness

Julie Kimmel-Harbaugh

Tierney James

Rex Griffin

Cassie Bazay

 October 19 Meeting


November 16 Meeting


December 21 Meeting

Christmas Party

Flash Writing Contest Winners Announced

TNW Writer of the Year Award Announced

Hall of Fame Recipients Announced

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